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Colleges, Code, and Copyright: The Impact of Digital Networks and Technological Controls on Copyright and Dissemination of Knowledge in Higher Education: Publications in Librarianship, no. 57
Center for Intellectual Property and Copyright
Item Number: 978-0-8389-8322-5
 
Publisher: ACRL
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212 pages
6" x 9"
Softcover
ISBN-13: 978-0-8389-8322-5
Year Published: 2005
Digital information and digital networks are fundamentally changing how universities access, share, and use information for scholarship, teaching, and learning. The fundamental shift to using digital information to educate students and to share resources has caused sweeping changes in how many believe digital information should be accessed and protected. The Center for Intellectual Property at the University of Maryland is concerned with the impact of intellectual property law and policy on higher education and the digital environment.

Colleges, Code and Copyright, ACRL Publications in Librarianship no. 57, is the Proceedings of a symposium held by the Center in June 2004. The goal of the symposium was to assemble stakeholders to discuss the technological, legal, and practical issues that influence the dissemination of information on campus and the protection of intellectual property. The papers in this volume consider thematic tracks on a wide range of topics, including the intersection of copyright and higher education, the state of scholarly publishing, current copyright legislation, peer-to-peer file sharing, and best practices in digital rights management.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments

Framing the Issues

Chapter 1 : Keynote Address: Digital Rights Management Systems and Scholarship
Clifford Lynch, Executive Director,
Coalition for Networked Information

Copyright, Higher Education, and the Digital Environment

Chapter 2 The TEACH Act: Issues, Challenges, and Options

Donna L. Ferullo, Purdue University

Chapter 3: The Academic Mission and Copyright Law: Are These Values in Conflict?

Marcia W. Keyser, Drake University

Scholarly Publishing: What Influences the Rising Costs of Journals for Students and University Libraries?

Chapter 4: A Humanist’s Perspective on Digital Scholarship and Publishing

Allyson Polsky McCabe, Johns Hopkins University

Reaching Solutions

Models for Scholarly Publishing

Chapter 5: Why Can’t I Manage Academic Papers Like MP3s? The Evolution and Intent of Metadata
Standards

James Howison and Abby Goodrum, Syracuse University

Chapter 6 : The Middle Way: The Very-low-cost Model for Scholarly Publishing

Gary Natriello and Michael Rennick, Columbia University

Strategies for Dealing with Copyright Infringement

Chapter 7: Knowledge Level of Postsecondary Educators Regarding Copyright and Copyright-related Issues

Jasmine R. Renner, East Tennessee State University

Best Practices in DRM Systems

Chapter 8: DRM: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

John T. Mitchell, Interaction Law LLC

Chapter 9: The Future of Fair Use: Fair? Futuristic? Usable?

Kathleen Wallman and Albert A. Gonzalez, Georgetown University

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